Cleaning digital camera

Cleaning a digital camera is relatively easy and should be done on a regular basis. One of the most important things to preserve the condition of the lens is not to touch it with your fingers. Lenses are very delicate things so don't leave them without their covers.

Before wiping off the lens, hold the camera upside down and gently blow off any grit and lose dust particles. Next lightly wipe the lens and other camera parts with a soft, dry cloth or lens cleaning paper.

If needed, wipe the lens with a few drops of lens cleaning fluid. Place the fluid on the lens cleaning paper, not directly onto the lens.

The best camera cleaning cloth is made of microfiber, which should be stored in a plastic baggie when not in use. Lens tissue, a swatch from a cotton t-shirt or a soft handkerchief can also be used. Paper towels, napkins and facial tissue should not be used to clean the lens.

If your camera needs extensive cleaning, have it done professionally.

Photo credits: Milosluz, Picfest.


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November 26, 2008


hey i would like to share one thing i had read somewhere that as far as possible use lens in such a way that it doesnt get dirty as when we wipe the lens the layer on the lens is soo delicate that it may vanish so as far as possible we have to be careful about the lens

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